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Hiking LA: Palos Verdes Peninsula Photo Essay

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In the next several weeks, LAist will embark on a series of hikes and present to you an ambitious 8-part photo essay. This is the second one.

As always, LAist encourages you to get out and take advantage of and experience the beautiful landscape of Southern California. Most of us forget that we are fortunate to live in such a diverse and ecologically unique locale that offers breathtaking sites at spectacular heights -- hike LA!

Photos continue after the jump.

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Ecological Advisory: Dr. Philip W. Rundel, Ph.D, UCLA Department of Ecological & Evolutionary Biology
Photography: Henry David, LAist.com